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Yoga Class Description

This online prenatal yoga class focuses on symmetrical poses good for mid to late pregnancy that can be helpful in supporting the lower back and sacroiliac joint, without exacerbating any current back pain or discomfort. Enjoy this short, gentle yoga practice to support pregnant women in all trimesters of pregnancy. Have two blocks, a bolster, and blanket available. (30 mins.)

Level: 1 Focus: Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga  

Suggested Yoga Props

two blocks, a bolster and blanket

Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Lucy H

Good sequence for relieving tension in the back and great for days when you don't feel overly energetic but want to do some stretching!

Anette A

Some nice and gentle after-work out morning stretches here. Lauren's voice seems a little strained at times, but her yoga feels good. :)

kathleen n

Be prepared for a VERY gentle sequence.

Paula G

Great sequence! Thanks



Lauren Sacks

When she was four, Lauren watched episodes of Sesame Street standing on her head. She didn't do another inversion until she graduated from college, but when she did, she found that they still had the same grounding effect. Lauren Sacks received her initial yoga certification in 2002 in Hawaii, through Kathy Elder, completed an Anusara-inspired teacher training with Todd Norian in 2006, and has participated in a variety of prenatal yoga teacher trainings. She has been actively teaching and practicing alignment-based yoga for the past 13 years and her classes are infused with humor, humility and the recognition of the needs of an individual student's and their personal yoga journeys. Yoga was integral to her wellbeing during her first and second pregnancies and, in addition to her love of regular yoga, she so enjoys sharing the joy and community that come from the practice with her prenatal classes. You can visit Lauren's website at www.laurensacksyoga.com.

Classes By Lauren Sacks

Comments & Reviews

Average Rating:


Lucy H

Good sequence for relieving tension in the back and great for days when you don't feel overly energetic but want to do some stretching!

Anette A

Some nice and gentle after-work out morning stretches here. Lauren's voice seems a little strained at times, but her yoga feels good. :)

kathleen n

Be prepared for a VERY gentle sequence.

Paula G

Great sequence! Thanks